Miloš Okuka

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Miloš Okuka (born August 2, 1944 in Porija / Ulog , Kalinovik municipality , Yugoslavia ) is a Slavist.

Okuka initially worked at the University of Sarajevo , most recently as a professor. Shortly before the Bosnian War, he came to the University of Munich as a lecturer for Serbo-Croatian . There he worked as a research assistant until his retirement in 2009.

Okuka is a signatory of the declaration published in 2017 on the common language of Croatians , Serbs , Bosniaks and Montenegrins .


  • Sava Mrkalj as a reformer of the Serbian Cyrillitsa (= Slavic contributions 91). With a reprint of the Salo debeloga jera libo Azbukoprotres. Sagner, Munich 1975, ISBN 3-87690-103-0 .
  • Jezik i politika. Oslobođenje, Sarajevo 1983 (Language and Politics).
  • One language - many heirs. Language policy as an instrument of nationalization in ex-Yugoslavia (= Austrian-Bosnian relations 4). Wieser, Klagenfurt et al. 1998, ISBN 3-85129-249-9 .
  • German-Serbian cultural relations as reflected in the folk song. Talvj-Therese Albertine Luise von Jakob (1797–1870) (= Studies in Slavic Studies 4). Kovac, Hamburg 2003, ISBN 3-8300-0908-9 .


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